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March 6th, 2006

A walk thru Essaouira, Morocco, starting at the French quarter, proceeding thru the ancient medina streets full of tradespeople, shopkeepers, tourists, children. The streets are traffic-free bar cycles and motor scooters. French, English, Spanish, Arabic and other languages are heard. Zapping noise at about 12m42 is a spot welder. Recording ends with me closing my hotel door. Feb 2006 Sony MZ-N10 and MS907

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    Roloff 15 years ago

    I'm hoping to use this for an introduction animation for an evening with a Moroccan writer and his passion for film. I'm using an old postcard from the Fifties with a cinema in Casablanca on it, these sounds should be very fitting with some echo added, as well as some barking dogs, horning cars, etc.. Thanks!

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    acclivity 16 years, 9 months ago

    Whoops, hadn't noticed it until you said. I think it's the dangling cap for my camera hitting the zip pull of my bum-bag. Sometimes I'm aware and tuck it out of the way. Must have forgotten this time!

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    weebrian 16 years, 9 months ago

    Very nice. All of your recordings are interesting. In this track, what's the constant metal jingle as you walk? Just curious.

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14:21.140
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